August 1990 PDF Print
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August, 1990

August 2, 1990 – Kasey Goodman and Ashley Kingrey, sophomores at Glasgow High School were named All Star Cheerleaders at Summer Camp.

August 3, 1990 – Tommy Matthews is sworn in as 4th District Magistrate replacing Woody Strader who resigned to accept the position of Supervisor of the Barren County Road Department.

August 5, 1990 – Nancy Botts is appointed Barren County Circuit Court Clerk following the death of Bobby Wilson.

August 7, 1990 – AD – Buying Junk Cars $50.00 a ton at Barren County Scrap.

August 9, 1990 – Marine League Scholarship winners are Beth Stice, Julie Nelson, John Yates, and Tim Cash.

August 13, 1990 – A ribbon cutting was held for the grand opening of the Family Restaurant at 410 E. College Street. The restaurant is owned and operated by Milton and Agatha Sublett.

August 15, 1990 – SKF Bearings in Glasgow announced a $70 million expansion here in Glasgow.

Glasgow High School Football Coaching team includes Sam Royse, Coy Meadows, Scotty Jones and Les Broady

Barren County High School coaching staff includes Joe Moore, Jerry Eubank, Bob Blair, Marvin Witcher, Mickey Smith and Jason Cross.

August 16, 1990 – Monroe County Schools were the first in the area to open the 1990-91 school year.
August 17, 1990 – 94 year old retired Glasgow banker Sam Sears dies.

August 19, 1990 – Dumas Walker was robbed at his package store just across the Ky-Tn line of an estimated $6,000 in cash. (Two were later arrested for the theft.)

August 20, 1990 – Autumn Johnson was crowned Heritage Bowl Queen Saturday night at Western’s L. T. Smith Stadium. She was escorted by Patrick Klapheke.

August 22, 1990 – Barren County ASCS office and Soil Conservation Service office move to their new location at 1081/2 Reynolds Road.

August 24, 1990 – Kenny Alexander is the new owner of the tire and auto service that was once known as Bale Tire and Auto Service at the corner of Broadway and E. Main Streets.

August 26, 1990 – Bro. Howard Hensley and his wife, Jean Ann have moved to Glasgow from Owensboro to pastor the Glasgow Cumberland Presbyterian Church.

August 28, 1990 – Paul Kingrey retires from the Glasgow Recreation Department after 30 years of service.

August 30, 1990 – Local servicemen serving in the Middle East are William Ramsey, Darrell Roach, Kenneth Harper, and John Davis.



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